Turps Banana Issue 24
Turps Banana Issue 24
Turps Banana Issue 24
Turps Banana Issue 24
Turps Banana Issue 24
Turps Banana Issue 24
Turps Banana Issue 24

Turps Banana Issue 24

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FEATURING
Enzo Marra on Jean Fautrier
Marcus Harvey talks to Jock McFadyen
Neal Rock in conversation with Oscar Murillo
Gina Birch talks to Caroline Coon
Clyde Hopkins and Marilyn Hallam with Mali Morris
Makeup and Painting
Matthew Wong by Sofia Silva
Rita Ackermann by Mark Jackson
Turps Banana interviews Gig Depio
David Sweet on John Clark
Michael Raedecker and John Chilver in conversation

"Try as I would, my colors were not those of nature. My leaves were infinitely below the standard of a leaf, my finest strokes were coarse and crude. The old scene presented itself one day before my eyes framed in an opening between two trees. It stood out like a painted canvas — the deep blue of a midday sky — a solitary tree, brilliant with the green of early summer, a foundation of brown earth and gnarled roots. There was no detail to vex the eye. Three solid masses of form and color — sky, foliage and earth — the whole bathed in an atmosphere of golden luminosity; I threw my brushes aside; they were too small for the work in hand. I squeezed out big chunks of pure, moist color and taking my palette knife, I laid on blue, green, white and brown in great sweeping strokes. As I worked I saw that it was good and clean and strong. I saw nature springing into life upon my dead canvas. It was better than nature, for it was vibrating with the thrill of a new creation. Exultantly I painted until the sun sank below the horizon, then I raced around the fields like a colt let loose, and literally bellowed for joy."

From “The Studio of  Recluse” 

Albert Pinkham Ryder (1905)